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Class Inheritance Code Challenge Help

I think the initialiser is what's throwing it off, but I'm not sure what's wrong. Anyone see the issue?

Thanks

objects.swift
```class Vehicle {
var numberOfDoors: Int
var numberOfWheels: Int

init(withDoors doors: Int, andWheels wheels: Int) {
self.numberOfDoors = doors
self.numberOfWheels = wheels
}
}

class Car: Vehicle {
let numberOfSeats: Int = 4

init(withSeats seats: Int) {
self.numberOfSeats = seats
}
}

let someCar = Car(withSeats: 5)
```

Hey Sam, Got this answer from an older question on this challenge, but it passes and seems to explain pretty well. Looks like you were really close!

```class Vehicle {
var numberOfDoors: Int
var numberOfWheels: Int

init(withDoors doors: Int, andWheels wheels: Int) {
self.numberOfDoors = doors
self.numberOfWheels = wheels
}
}

class Car: Vehicle {

var numberOfSeats: Int = 4

init(numbersOfSeats: Int) {

// We first give values to "numberOfSeats
self.numberOfSeats = numbersOfSeats

// Then we call super init
super.init(withDoors: 2, andWheels: 4)
}
}

let someCar = Car(numbersOfSeats: 2)
```

Hope this helps!

Dylan

I understand it much better now. Thank you!

why don't you add "doors" and "wheels" when you call super init?